Become a Member Now — Online

Click here to see how MTC puts membership funds to use.

As a organization staffed by volunteers, Montour Trail Council uses membership dollars to construct and maintain the Trail. It is a free resource open to everyone, yet MTC receives no local, state or federal tax dollars for operating funds. When you become a member, you get to choose the level of support that is appropriate to your circumstances and budget.

Create your own MyMTC account to manage membership and donations.

MyMTC makes it easy for you to become a member or renew your membership using our online self-service system.

… or Mail in Your Registration


We encourage you to communicate with us electronically. But if you don’t have an email account, you can  still become a member the traditional way. Fill out the registration form, include your check, and mail it to the Montour Trail Council.

Montour Trail Council is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. All donations are tax-deductible to the full extent allowable by law.

Reasons to Become a Member

Members tell us that the primary membership benefit is the warm feeling of giving back to a much-loved local resource. Membership donations are a major source of revenue and help us cover annual trail maintenance and operating expenses.

Members also receive a bi-monthly newsletter and discounts for events like Tour the Montour bicycle ride. When you join, you become a voting member of the Montour Trail Council, with a say in how the organization is governed.

Your membership, along with those of all other members, helps us substantiate the broad public support the Montour Trail enjoys. The more members we have, the louder our voice speaks when we go to any individual or group for support.

When we apply for capital project funding to support new trail development, one of the first things that foundations and government agencies look at is the size of the membership body. Your membership donations do more than just maintain the Trail network — they also allow us to expand and develop new trail pathways.

Note: Your contact information will be protected in accordance with the Montour Trail  Privacy Policy.  We will not share your email address with anyone outside the Montour Trail Council.

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